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Hot Fix Downloads for Windows for x64
Important changes to Hot Fixes!
|E4J001 for Windows for x64|
|JMP Clinical 7.0|
|63533||Patient Recruitment results in the ERROR: A character operand was found in the %EVAL function||E4J001|
|63535||JMP Clinical 7.0 may result in an error in Exposure Summary||E4J001|
|63700||JMP® Clinical 7.0 produces errors "This file could not be saved with the given name." and "Unable to save file." when trying to save a review.||E4J001|
|63701||JMP® Clinical 7.0 produces an error when ARM variable is missing and multiple TRT0xA or TRT0xP variables exist||E4J001|
|63704||In JMP® Clinical 7.0, the first occurrence of the most severe event is not correct in the Adverse Events Distribution report||E4J001|
|63705||Term level defaults for JMP® Clinical Distribution and Incidence Screen reports have changed||E4J001|
|63706||JMP® Clinical 7.0 can crash when adding a study or refreshing study metadata||E4J001|
|63707||In JMP® Clinical, ANRIND variable conversion is not supported for ADaM Basic Data Structure data||E4J001|
|63711||In JMP® Clinical, updating they study snapshot with transport files produces report errors||E4J001|
|63712||In JMP® Clinical, an error occurs when running Adverse Events Narrative with a study containing only transport files||E4J001|
|63713||In JMP® Clinical, renaming a study containing transport files produces an error||E4J001|
|63714||When a study contains ADaM only transport files, JMP® Clinical produces an error for Adverse Event reports||E4J001|
|63715||In Multivariate Inliers and Outliers, using Variable Contributions plot and Explore Outliers options can produce an error in JMP® Clinical||E4J001|
|63719||In JMP® Clinical, renaming a study causes AE Review Flag to be set to new for all records||E4J001|
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